CPE Batch 4 Coming in November

We are accepting applications for Bukal Life CPE 2011 Batch 4. Batch 4A will be based in Baguio, Batch 4B will be based in Manila. 400 hours of training, supervision, and practical ministry. It is expected to start in the middle of November. It is spread over a longer period of time to accommodate professionals. If you have questions, email us at info@bukallife.org, and fill out an application at Application Form

Late July Updates

1. Bukal Life Care & Counseling Center-Manila about to open. Had planning meeting today. The Manila branch will be led by Dr. Sim Dang-Awan and assisted by Ms. Chit Panizales. CPE-Manila begins August 6, with counseling services soon to follow.

2. Charity Dinner has been moved from September 4 to October 1st. This will allow the dinner to also be the 1 year celebration of the formal launching of Bukal Life Care & Counseling Center.

3. CPSP-Baguio chapter meeting is set for August 27 at 9am. Venue TBD.

4. CPE-Baguio Batch 3 will begin August 6 in synch with CPE-Manila.

5. Many activities are still up in the air. These include disaster response training with BBEG, Family counseling with AVRC-1, and training with Northridge School. We will update as best we can as things begin to coalesce.

Kids Club Christmas Party

DLKC Christmas Party #1

DLKC Christmas Party #2

Wow!! A great party. Around 85 children. Including parents and volunteers, we had around 125 in attendance. With games (Going Bulilite versus Honeymoon versus City Camp/Queen of Peace), coloring, face painting, snacks, goody bags, prizes, and more… it was quite a time.

Thanks to all of the volunteers (youth and adults) that brought it all together!!

Mini-Medical Work at CARTS

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Celia and Angie doing pre-check-up evaluations

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Busy at the Pharmacy

November 10, we did Phase III of our CARTS police cadet ministry. The police cadets were involved in landslide work and body recovery in response to Typhoon Pepeng.

Phase I.  Provided supplies and vitamins to help cadets in their landslide work.

Phase II.  Provided crisis intervention with cadets, and crisis care training.

Phase III. Held mini-medical with cadets. Many suffer from coughs as a result of the long hours of work at the landslides and breathing in the dirt and dust there.  We were able to treat 173 cadets… giving medicines and vitamins for them.

Once again we thank Col. Paredo and Major Benitez, particularly, for their concern for the physical and spiritual well-being of the students under their care at the Police National Training Center at CARTS.

We also thank Dr. Colomma and the numerous nurses and other volunteers who helped make all of this come together.